|This should be read in conduction with the attached notes and the current Motorsport UK Competitor’s Yearbook.|
|Minimum Wheelbase||85in (2160mm)|
|Diameter of Road Wheels||14in|
|Number of Seats||4|
|Minimum Horizontal Dimension from Rearmost part of steering wheel and a vertical line through the axis of the rear wheels||43in (1092mm)|
|Engines||Ford Kent Series, Ford Pinto Series|
|Gearboxes||As fitted to Ford Escort Mk’s 1 & 2|
|Rear Axle Casings||As fitted to Ford Escort Mk’s 1 & 2|
|Maximum horizontal dimension from the centre of the foremost spark plug orifice and a vertical line through the axis of the front wheels||-4in (-102mm)|
ie engine is in front of axle
|Spare Wheels||A single spare wheel may be carried in the standard Rickman carrier, offset to one side.|
Two spare wheels may be carried in a purpose built carrier, centrally mounted and vertically positioned, with the rear of the carrier not more than 400mm behind the rearmost chassis mount. See drawings below.
|Notes||(a) See permitted modifications listed under M6.4.1 and restriction stated in M6.4.2 In relation to listed cars, any further modifications will cause the vehicle to be reclassified into class 8.|
(b) M6.7.1 – The use of wheels of diameter(s) other than as specified above will cause the vehicle to be reclassified into class 8.
(c) (c) M6.8.1 & M6.8.3 The use of gearbox and rear axle casings other than as specified above will cause the vehicle to be reclassified into class 8.
(d) Drawing for Spare Wheel Carrier: